How can nonprofits reap significant savings on technology? Read the transcript of this live discussion, which focused on making better-informed choices about the technology they use to run their operations.
Whether it’s abandoning an in-house computer for the Internet “cloud,” seeking a better deal on phone service, or taking advantage of the many software discounts available to nonprofit groups, such tweaks can help charities reserve more of their cash to carry out their missions.
William Grassie, founding executive director of the nonprofit Metanexus Institute, in Philadelphia. His organization is saving more than $170,000 by making some major and minor changes to its technology. Read his advice in the chat below and in his article in the 2011 Technology Guide.